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TII1D GAKLAN IV
With swcttent flowers cnrich'd,
From various gardens cull'd with care."
from the Reporter ami Journal.
One of iv Thousand.
An old man slooil ir. llio street,
His coal was torn, his lucks were grey,
And llie frozen alone for many a day
Had known his shoeless feel ;
Hb fell the cold wind's brcalh
Nipping his flesh lo llie bone,
Ho hoped for nothing bul death,
Tlial beggar wretched and alono.
Gold was llio nichl and dark,
And tho rags on his shiv'ring back were
And the driving bU'rI cut quick to his skin,
That old man faint and sUrk
His glance was lo iho sky,
There was but the tempest there,
On earth his glazing cyo
Saw famii.o, want and dispair.
Tho streets wero long sinco hush'd,
And the tempest was forth in his awful
And howl'd the spirit of etorms and night
Onward they wildly rushed,
7'lie blinking lamps looked dim
Through tho crowding wintry gloo.n,
No roof, no friend for him,
Who though of tho poor roan's doom?
Slowly tho streets along
Ho wandered he knew not where,
A mansion shone with a faudy glare,
Within a joyous throng.
His eye the glass peered through,
There were beings of light and love,
And lips of fragrant dew,
?nd eyes like limps above
All, all within how fair!
.And the bursting song and the laugh grow
Without were famine and want and night;
An old man's deep despair
His eye how sad and dim
As it marked that happy crowd
Life to them bul lo him
'The driving snow fur a shroud.
The tear froze ihii eye
.Jli he thought if tho meanest jewel there
Which flashed so bright in waving hair
Or blaz'd with bosoms' sigh
Wero mercy's gift to woo
How many hearts would be so light,
How many tears o'erflow
AVith joy end bliss lhat night,
And louder -still, without
The tempest howl'd with a fearful din
And louder, and louder, still within
Where the laugh, and song, andhout
With husky voice and low.
How lhat old man craves for biiad
Wretched, and faint, the snow
Scarce melts on his time worn head;
'Bread! breadl breadi
What a cry is that for the reveller's ear!
Startles it not their hearls with fear? j
iBreari! bread.' bread!'
Hush'd is that laugh and song,
At that famishing cry for bread
That old man stands in the throng,
All bony and gaunt as the dead.
The young, the gay, the fair,
Loathing all shrink from his touch,
Pity ij not to be sought from audi.
In vain old man your prayer,
Kudo is the arm and strong,
That with cuff and cowardly blow,
Pushes and drags along,
Ard hurls him forth in the Bnow.
Louder the laugh and the jest
Of him, there was not a thought
What lolhen. was the outcast's lot
A frozen beggar at best,
Hasten on with tho danco
Bo merry and also gay
Enraptuieil by beauty's glanco
" Drivo charily, kindness away.
Within is life without,
There is death on the rushing storms
And a glazing eye and stiff'ning form
Lie there without
Dead, dead, dead,
And this is the poor man's lot!
Urifia the snow oVr his head,
That old man feels ir not.
Better to die by far,
Than to snuggle with famine and cult!
An the cellar dank, and garret old.
As thousands such. now are:
Earth no pleasures to give
' Life but a torment and why
Should they then wish to live?
RiBtfot the wear, to die.
Aeroenuly to the prnviilons of nti Act of
sscmby, emitted An Act directing the
notlo of selling unsealed lands for taxes
ind fur oilier purposes, passed the I Dili tin)
i ,l,)y. iai(. ami thu further supplement
hereto patted on tho 13th day ol March
1817, and the 2 full of March. 1831, the
I roasurer ol Columbia County hereby
.ives notice in all poisons concerned thato-
iii, that unless ,'he Faxe tine on tho follow
in? Irani of Unsealed hand fitu.iiod in Co
lumbia County are paid beforo tho day of
tale, the whole or swell purls of each tracl
H8 will pay llio taxes and cosls chargeable
thereon, will he sold at (ho Court Houso in
iho town of Danville., County of Columbia,
on the second Monday in June npxl, and bo
continued by adjournment from day to day,
lor arrearages of I axes iltiu said County,
and the Costs act mud on each respectively.
Warrantee or Owners.
David P iwlcr
Srimuel and Joseph Lilly
Bonjamin Chew's heirs
Mason F. Gardner, agent
Mason V. Gardner, agent
Daniel Mc Henry
Hill Joseph and Mitchan
Dr. John Ramsay
Mount Pleasant 'Vownship,
1. Applegate &, I. Galbrailh
Aaion Lerey, in part
Henry Lebo, in part
Mary Montgomery, in part
1 homas Barton
Alexander Scott, in pari
Mary Cornelison, in pari
Christian 13 i rely
John Cook jr
Thomas I' Copo
Peter Orubb, Feq
Charles Hall taxes for 1815
CHARLES P. MANN, Treusurer.
TiiHAsuituu's Or.riCK, ?
Danville, March 20, 1810. S
i jrTho ' American Sentinel' will nub
lish the shove four limes in the Daily Sen
tir.el, and forward their account to the
Tieastucr of Columbia County.
7he Estate of ISAAC C. JOIINSOIS
late oj Orange township, dectattd,
T8VJ"OTICK Is hereby given that letters of iulmlii
X Utrntion on tlio nbovo mentioned llstnlc
liavo been granted lo the subscriber, living in Or
ange, towntmlp. All persons indebted tonid estate
aro hereby notified to lnnko linmedinto payment,
and nil those having claims nro requested to pro
sent thsm properly authenticated to
JOHN B. EDGAR.
January, 17, 18 If!
OURMOTTO.NOTTO BE OUTDONE
BSy Snnlcc & Silvcrfhoru.
THE iindorsicuod having taken tho shop
formerly occupied by Marshal Silvnrlhorn,
most respectfully inlorms tho public that
they intend to carry on the above branch of
business and will at all limes bo ready to do
work a little butter and cheaper than any
other establishment in tho placp, Jand they
hope by strict attention tn business lo merit
i largo portion of the public patronage
All kinds of country produce taken in
eichangc for work & the ready not refused,
Bloomsburg Feb, 21.181044
LIST OF CAUSES,
for Trial at April Term, A' I) 18 1G
5 John U. McCnll ct nl vs Joseph Lemon
0 Tobias S'hirlz cl at vs Thomas Moothcad ct ol
7 I'etcr llabiy vs David I'ctrikin
8 Barnard Seibertvs Thomas MeNair ct ul
a Samuel F. eadly vs Bowler et at
In Hcnrv ii'nston vs Jnscoh l'axton
1 1 Dr Thomas Pitch vs Thomas 8 Hubbard etnl
IS '1 homas S Hubbard etal vs George Mnusetal
til I homas Stackhousc vs V.iiuah Reese etal
14 Daniel Oios ct al vs Henry Webb
16 Fbcuezcr Grocnoujz.li vs Caleb l'ishcr et al
l(i Dcnjiniin Zicterich vs William Coltetnl
17 Frederick Leiby va Benjamin I'ctteiman
18 Ilcnry L. Smith vs Ames Coles
10 Samuel Conner vs chenbnuch
30 Samuel Shcdnian vs Cwcr D I.cib ct nl
31 SamMcl Slndman vs Owen D l.eib ct al
33 Samuel Shedman vs Owen D I.cib
33 Micnacl It llowcr vo .Elijah 1'iiro
31 .Mioltacl Low vs George Kolncr
Michael Low V3 Abraham Hair
Michael Low vs Yost Hair
William Dclong vs Henry Miller
Alexander Dost cl nl administrator of James
Lnughcad deceased vi Susan Wltz
LIST OF GRAND JURORS,
For April Term, A. D. .1S4G-
llloom William Ncal
Diictcreck Jacol Dictcrich
Center Thomas Conner William Edwatds
Derrv James Hutchison William McUrido
William endcrshot Philip Seidlo
Franklin William Ocarhcart
Hemlock John Ole Isaac Lcidy
Liberty Andrew Uillmcycr
Limes'one David Lilly John Shennr
jVahoning Francis S. Bmith Iludohih Scchler
Main Abraham hcasc
Ml i'leasant Azrinc Vallcrcaamp
Mudi3on Isaac Jclliido
Montour William lorks F.fq John Doycr
Mi (lliii Cornelius ilitlcnhoufco
For April Term, ,'1. D. 1S4G.
Cattawissa H'illiam Davidsou, Dnvid Clark,
ft B P Forlncr John Shucck Joseph lirobst Umj
Ucrry Samuel Pollock Jcmcs l.oke
Fishingcleck A W Kliun William Evans
Geecnwood Daniel McEwcn Isaac Evans
Liberty --William Taggnrt Adam Fox
ilifllin Conrad Biedbcndcr John Keller Sic
ion II Miller
Muhoniiig-'M C Gricr Eli Trego Edward
Young Scwcll Gibbs A G Voris Sacob Srehlei sen
William Morgan William Colt Joseph llaitmau
Montour J mcs McISinch Michael lIcudcrhot
Madison Newton Thomas
Main Uudolph Shuman Isaiah Longabergcr
Mt PleasantNoah ZJrako
Orange Morris Klino
Sugarloat Matbcw Mcllenry John Ikclcr
Valley William Dluo
WORMS! WORMS.! WORMS!!!
To remove these troublesome and dan
Serous inhabitants of the stomach and bow
els, which so often impair the health and
destroy the lives of children, uso Jayne's
Ionic Vermiluce, a certain and safe prenar
alion for the removal of the various kinds
of Worms, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach Warn
of Appetite, Inlantilc I'ever and Ague and
Debility of the Stomach and Bowels and
organs of Digestion. Prepared only b)
ur-u. Jayno, i0. o South Thirtl elreei
SKIN DISEASES are often owincr to a
bcrntula llauit ol body, and in oicler o el-
ler.i a permanent cure llie oncinal cause
must be removed.
Jayne's Life Preservative one of tho mosi
pleasant articles ever offered to tho publi
has been found not only to cure Scroful
under all its multiplied forms of Cancer
King s uvil Uoilro White awclling &c
but also to remove the disposition of ton
uency to diseases ol that class and all (lis
eases originating from obstructions in the
glnnds or- pores of the skin or from tmpnri
ly jo. lie Diood or other fluids ol llie boilv
Pro urcd only at No 8 South J bird street, Phil
The aboveaieclicine are lor sale oi
the store of
JOHN R. MOYER,
TJ S hrroby given to olfrwrfons not to purchn
Jl thieelSoty oflnndifor the sum of 50 dollars
each, dated April I 184!) signed by the subscrit
payablo lo rtbsolom Homboy, una Anril 1 1S40
ono April 1 1847; and ono April 1 1818; as I kIiaII
rniHoia-pay uie same. Haying icccived no cotisid
t-ioiiuii iui iiieiu
March SO, 140.
llviis of Blasting Powder
ot tho best ijuahty, just received by
WM. McKBLv Y & Co
50 TunsXOVA SCO flA PLASTER
50 Tons LAKE PLASTER,
iut received and for sale by
Ym. imcivuijV i .y uo.
THE subscriber coniinues to cutty on
CHAIR jl f A N U F A C T O It I N G
husincss at tho old 3tand of B- & S. Hngcn
liucli. where ho will bo roadv al all times
to furnish Fancy &. Windsor Chairs, Set
tees, Boston Rocking Chairs &e, of every
escrintinn. which may bo called lor, at
short notion and on tho most reasonable
terms. He will also execute House, Sign &
Ornamental Painting, and House Papering
in a sunerior manner,
From his experience in tho business, and
his facilities of manufacturing the various
articles of his line, ho flatters himscK that
lie shall bo able to fumibh as pood work,
and unon as reasonable terms ns can lit
dnna in iho country, all of which ho xvill
disnoso of for CASH or COUNTRY
N. B. Orders from a distance will br
strictly at.d punctually attended lo.
Bloomslurg, Doc. 30, 1843
b virluc ofa "1 alias vendr exponas to inc
Jdirected, will bo exposed lo public sale at tho
Court Houso in Danville, on Monday tho SOthdny
of April next, nt 13 o'clock noon, tho following
property '.o wtl:
A certain tract of land situate in Green
ood township, Columbia county; containing.
more or lest, about 80 a-rsi of which is rbirod
land, bounded by lands of William McMiehael
William Shoemaker; Curtis btaden and nlber.i.
hereon is erected a large two ttoiy Liick hnusc,-
sinnll log house, a saw mill, n clover null, u
lath mill; frame stable and other out buildings, two
pple orchards, with the nppeitcnanees.
Ser.ed taken in execution ana to be bold as the
property of William Lemon
By virtue nn alias 'csta. vendi. exponas ut tbr
same time and place
One certain tut oj around situate in the
town of Jerscylown; Atadison lownulup, Col. co
conlainin? ono eighteen an tcro more or lens. bound
ed in front by main ctrcct. and by bind of John
v clhvcr and Iticharcd I ruit, whereon is erected u
is-A DWELLING HOUSE
Seized taken in execution nnd to bo sold as tin
properly nt Jan cs Barrel; in the bands ol his adj
ministiators Jolin liarrctauu Hugh Alcllratli,
By virtue an 1ias levari facias, to mo directed at
the name tunc anil place
.' that certain Messuage and tract of
land, situate in Milllin township, Columbia county;
aloicsiitl. bounded as follows: llcguiuing at
corner in a public road; theiico by land partly ol
Ilcnry one, Uliarles Miller and Christian Miller.
south (id degrccs.wcst 1(54 perches to comcr.thcnce
by land of Jacob Kustcnboder, and partly of Dan-
lei Lioho; north 01) degrees, west lr5 perches to a
post, thence by land of George Kelcbncr, George
Drishcr and John uvarhcart south 88 dcgrcct.;cast
80 7-10 perches, south 83 degrees; cast OS perclav
north 87 degrees cast SO perches, bouth .10 dc-
grces. cabt 3S perches, north 70 degrees, cast in
-10 perches to Peter Gcaiheart a other land,
thenco by tho somo south "0 degrees; cast 20 7-
lu perches lo the licginning.conlainiug U. acres
M l perches anu allowance; Ijc thesanio more or
less; together with the hereditaments and nppurten
Sei.cil, taken in execution nnd to be sold nt the
property of Peter Ceai hart.
IftA.M DliUK, Sheriff
Sr.mrr's Ornci', Danville
March, 25th 1040
IS HERE Y GIVEN
O all legatees, creditors and other persons In
terostcd in tho estate of tho respective dece
lents and minors, thai the nurnim&tratum and cuar
than accounts of tho said estates have been hied
in tho'oflicc of the Register of the county of Co-
1 . 1 ...ill I 1 e- n .. l
luuiuia, anu win no pri-Eumra lor ennurmation nnu
allowanco to tno Uiphans Court, to bo held
Danville, in and for the county aforesaid nn Wed
ncsday.thc 22d day of April next, ut 2 o'cloek.P.M
i The nrcountot jncoti retterman. Adimrnstra
lor of tho estate of Cathaiino Brady, late ol Itoar.
lligcicek township, deceased.
2 Tho account ot Philm Angle, executor of llie
Inst will nnd testament of Nicholas Angle late
Mifllin township, deceased.
J 'i he account of V. 13. Jackson . adminislra
tor of the citato of John Jopcs, late of the Uorougl
of Berwick, deceased
4 J he account of Samuel Ojkcs administrator
nf tho cslato of Leonard i'riinmci, late of Liberty
a 'J ho account of licoigo Kaufman ndminutra
tor of Philip Miller late of jlontour township, de
C Tho iccount of Azariah W. Dunham admin
istialoron tho cslato of Elizabeth Dunham bio of
Hemlock township, deceased
7 Tho account df George Weaver guardian of
mary nartman now Mary Vtnatta, one of tho mi'
nor children of Georgo llartman, Into of Hcmlocl,
u J ho hrst and tinat nccount of James did.
well administrate! of the estate of Abraham Waf
tors lato ol iilmestnno township, dceoascd
0 Tho first nnd final occount nf Jninn f',,',1
well administrator of llio estate of Joseph Wullcrs
laiu Ul Ijfllll'MUIIU UWIIbllip, (ICCCaSCd
OHAKLKS CONKUIt, licgisitr,
Cabinet Ware House.
f VVMlli sulucribo would respectfully Inl'oimthe
Ji public, that ho has taken tho sh ip lately oc
copied by Samuel Lilly, near tho upper end ol
"loomsburg, whero ho is carrying on ino
iii nil its various branches, nnd whero ho will be
liappy o wait upon all those who may favor him
with their custom. His Furniture U wairuntcd to
bonudo of good matclial and durable, nnd hu In-
lend i keeping on lmml
Sideboards, Secretaries, jutrcavs.
IVurdrobcs. Card Tables, Dining
Tables. Jircakfast Tables,
Cupboards, Stands, Jlish
and all kinds of work in his line, which ho will sell
upon a3 reasonable terms as they can bo purchased
in the cotintv.
Dy strict attention to business ho hopes to re
ceive afeharo of puhho patronage.
April 25, tfilfi. lyl
An interesting Pamphlet, called tin
r k m 1 & IF 22 E3 A Za T H
FVU Gratuitous Circulation to all persons who
.vi cad. Prcfcive, and Lend it, nt b. Jilti
llloomsburg, John Moore, Danville, John lluscr
Milton, Waller &. Co. Berwick
All the following named Articles have oh
. , i ,1 i ......
lainca unoounueu jwpuwruy.viz:
Ithcumatism, Contracted cord3, fclitl' Joints, and
Gout, will njitivelv be cured by tho nl use ol
iho Indian Ymitubk Ulixir and Liniment. The
sccntica wc invite to call and be personally refer
red to gentlemen of Iho highest standing in this
city who has been cured of Itheunialism by ibis
remedy i hey are warranted mc oniy genuiuo
77e)C4.i Dr McISair's Acouttie Oil hasprov
cd very successful in curing even total Dcafuctk
Wc have many cciliticatcs from citi7ciis wlio ha
...ed this OIL Willi co iplcto suceesi o icvilc
who urc troubled with any dUraso of tho Kar
examine tho proof
Lowley's W'cttcm Indian Panacea is the, best
I... t...... i", ... ; l. t 1 I : (V. 1.. .
lamiiy uieuiciuu in inv wujiu 11 mutiiiu iui uyv
pepsia, Asthma, Liver complaint, ludigclion, Cos.'
liciic!s Jauudico.iipiUspi'y uebility ic, c
IN B It opcrutes without iho oliijhlcst jiain, ai
a mild hut thoiougli cathartic, and nuvcr leave
lli. person cotivccvcu it taken very ollen
Tho Piles arc warranted to be cured by the gen
tunc lluys Luumcut and I iiks rulm ol china
iho money refunded U bo will now suitor will
this distictsing complainll Kcvcrbuy it without
ihn Hingnaturc iifcnmstock cc co
wmslocu and co s itursanariUa is as pure am:
strong an Extract from this celebrated Hoot as can
possibly be niado This price is so reasonably that
the noor can all'ord to use it, bcinp but f0 centk
per bottle, or -1 per docu It is the only article
that will ell'ectually purify the ilood from till
impunities Those who havo been iuiprudi i.t in
llie Uec ol calomel, ic, will lind sure relief from
East Intlia lltnr Due 1 Ins chemical prcpara
lion will color the hair any shade- from n light
brown to u jet black, and not injuio the hair
-lain the skin in the !ca,t.
Pici-cno and Beauty tho Hair by usuing Ol
bridge's Ua'in o f Columbia, thirh iinnicdinli ly
stops the luur from falling out, and restore it whei;
bald iJcvor buy t SMlhout the uisnaluro ol Loui
itock & Co.
Worms Kolmstoch's Vermifuge is n safc,acBj
ind cllcctual emcdy lor ornm, in children
ldulls, in every case. It is entirely Vegetable and
;anuot injury the most delicate child even should
there he no Worms, rncc uo cents. .Dan t, con
found i will) other names,
The Mothers JiclicfUaa been thoroughly tested
hy many year s cxpi nonce, i.adies cpccimg
lo become mothers may rest nssured that it will
always aid and atisel in preparing them for the
i rials before them. It quiets all nervous oifec
.ions, allays morning sickness, causes natural nud
sv.cct resf eriuuhes ths circulation ol the ulond
rcguhtcs tbu Blomuch. and facilitates tho birli
without such cxciuciating pains nj mothers cx
pect. iiany ufoui best pbysciaii3 use it in their
rcw discovery, hy which a I Moves nnd pipos
or grates may uo kept a Jet tlljck ilh as henuti
fill polish n3 a Coach Body with one application
year. It keeps all stovoj and I'ipcs lro.-n rusling
lluougli tho summer. This Vainish isan entire
new invention; nt.d suriirisco and delinhU all h
use it. Spceiiiiens of Stoves and Pipe tin use may
be seen at 21 Courtlaiidi-slrect where ilm Pohsli
may tic had.it the cost of 25 cents per bottle.
Jloach una tea bus uanc A suro remedy, Price
I)r- Lorzctt's Junn cordial.or Procrcalivc Elixir
remedy in caso of Impolency, Barrenness, Flout
Albus, Mensiructiou, Incontinence, and ull ditcatc
uUiug from debilitation ot the system whero rcstor
moil is required.
I!cv. Dr, uartholomcw'H Pink uxpeclorant
syrup, io' ine cure ti v;onsumplioi , Asthma,
Coughs. Colds, Spitting of i.lood Kight iwictb,
Ijxpecloration, Pom In tho sido &c, &c
Muaicliair Uitll gics tlio hair a beautiful
lilosa, nnd inclines it lo curl, nnd wholly unlil;i
any other Oil, it never toils tho fi nest hidics' hnU1
in the least Ifanyladyor ncntcnian shall usn
this Oil; and find these ftatcrncnss untrue, their
money win uo rciunucu
vaulton to be remembered The nbovo iinmnl
articles are told bcnuine in tins city by Comstoek
,yuo, -i i.nuruaiidl-strcct, and IVOlVJlLI!
l'jlbb except ot thcircountiy customers
Krmcniber take this direction with you
TIicho articles urc lo be had in this nlnun
nphram Lhitz, Uloonibburg, John iloore, Danville
waller n co. ucrwust, John liuser, Willon,
November, 1, 1815 28v. Cm
Flat HE subscriber
informs the pub
uc thai ho tin i
opened a BIIOI'
STONE t the lower
end of Mam Street
cd by E. Lutji whero ho intende to keep a gener
ui ussorimcnt ni moeg and liooia, Tor men nnd
womens ware, which he will ctll as law, if not
lower than the same quality ofgoods con be bought
in Columbia county. Hu will nhonmJie to order
an uinus ol hoots and shoes, at short notice. Hav
ing determined to tell low, for a tmall tiroHt.
be rospectfully iuviiirs those who arc In want ol
any thing in his line, to give him a call.
N.H. All goods bought of mo are warranted
to bo as recommended,
qXXfiW ESTABLISHMENT XV
TIN and SE3HHST IROK
TUG subscilber having located himself I,.
llloomsburg. in pirpured l furuhh nil kind.
ware, nnd pcifonn ill hinds of work hi bin mr, ,lf
business, at cheap rates nnd ut short uoiico lu
has ftirnislicd himself with n new nlid stilo l,,i
toek of tnnl.i, mnclilncry and niiitcrinls from r-lt; (
telpha, nnd nindc a Inrae purehae of COAL ji,i
U OOD STO V F.8, of vurious patterns, to f. ,
s customers. Ho will constantly keen on I,,, ,i
ii .if; ol ovcry description.
NTOl'llS. t larco vnrlclv. ncatlv and sub
uniy nulslird, together Willi I'll'i:,
til'OVTS for buildings.
'O. I 1. It 111 nn VS, & c. & c.
Ho ll'MM'Clfllllv K 1 1 1 i -' i I H lllllilii' r.nlrnnnnn II
ing neen ioronio years engaged in hu imi
.11,, I I, icinrv n.r,nrL,,n.l 1.- P. -I
,,. ......ttu. tn iiuuiKLu unai9tiiiiin. JIUUCI.w,,
lentof satifying all who may favor him
coir.y Tiiv Jiimvii.Lvra
Call on tho souh side of ilnin-slrert. :t ,1
below the office cf llio Columbia VJetuocrat.
October II, 1815 lyS5
s, e. jno.
EX. F. H A YB HURST
liTb F.SPKOFTULLY informs iho m,l,l;, ,
Wj&, he has loenlcd himself in the Mmp ,., '
iceuiiied by 55INA HL'GGLLS, in Mai.m.l
S'l'JiKliT, wberc be intends carrying on ibe a) j
business in nil its various branches.
limit and repaired, as well ns one hnrni
WAGGONS AN!) UUGltX
f every (Inscription, mid all kinds ol ( ,..
Work, in his lino, done at shoit nouec nin:,
most reasonable terms.
(TjrOood Lumber and all kinds ol f.'ountrv P
Itico liken in jiaymcnt for work, but Cash win
April S, 184r. CmCO
J) HAD and understand ! Tbt tune w r
IS. when the medicine, Brandrnli
tplircciated ns they nusbt ami tl. uenc. n i
inideistood that Dr. Brandicth hits the t
claims upon tlio public. It is true thai
lividunrulio mul.es a trial ol tho Hmndr i
concodo them to tv tho licA medicine t . .
urif.d. They n.-o iiidctd n medicine ul' ui .
there is no miiliiki. Their value it, u ur ,i,
changeable as ours cannot be sufikirnil) n . .
cd A lice pcr.ipiratioii is nt once re toiri
they cute colds and consuinptii n is pipvr
Tlioie who have a redundancy nf lule li, u ii ,
tho most crasenlial service nnd'fchmild tberr br
ficiency of lhat Impoitaut llunl tho ltrju, i,
have aii cqtially btiK'iicial chVt. Of'en ' .
important medicine aaved valuable live-, u, ' .
glons where llio ihenilful cl!ow fccr j, p(,
ifig A few doses taken immediate!) tq n "
lection Ming received into tin. system 'I ti
most certain to prevent any nalcvinl dicmim i ,
And tit no sluge uf this tb-radful rri''cmn ,s
ho proper a medicine as iho Brcudicth J'n i.
Ibis lnedicino be uuivorsallv u.i.l ,n
lineasc null no loss of blood nlloued. i,,
very few would l.u its viclinis. So it i w,i' ,
hscaw.i. Assist nature with this nil m,, ,
iiii'diciiic to remote mmbid humors from il
and do not resort to blciuin! or mercury at
hall have u 'cry gi'al scucily of pe; iur nil
with crcnic maladies. The fc.ilhcrcdt. iln tin
imal kingdom- over which wo nic the I. . , -
nut nffiicled with chronic maladies; nriil.i r .
v.e bo if it wero not for our prioc whirl)
tham. Follow nature. I'sc the medn im
harmonizes wi'.h her, which mildly but
mcves nil tho impurities of the blnod.wbn !
ens tho feeble and yet reduces tho. e ol p, I
to a healthy standuid. Let inc again i-nv ''
department of the manufacture ol Bruin.
is personally supennlcndid y mc, nnd i!
box with my three labels upon it may be m
on to havo the beneficial tlfect dcinl ,1
.lccording to the diicctinns accompany ng.
A G E IN T S.
Washington Robert M'Kuy.
Jcrsrytqwn 1. & A 'J' lihtl
Dinville II II Reynolds & Co
Callawiosc C G ilrobst
llloomsburg J. i!. Moyrr.
Limestone Babbit & M'Kincb.
Buck'iorn U. Shoemaker.
L'uno Itidge Low t Thompson
;ciwtck-J W Stiles
May .T 1816 ly- 2.
rPnill' siibmiber rcsprclfully informs tbt p
XL that he bfs opened u eliu), on i aiii
nci.rly opposite t lnj tori's Tavern, in llloi n
wheo he intend.' currying on tho above bus
in all its vaiious branches.
of every description, will bo kept on hand (u
at WHOLFS'AI.F. or RETAIL.
Manufactured into any form rrquired,
of nil sizes kept constantly .in hum'. Stoves ft.
cd to order.
Bcir.tr determined In .In 1
wpy, hn reqests all to call upon him before '
riurchuso clsewhcic, us lie will furnilh oil urn
in bis lino as cheap us they can be pureluM
n i t?k r
sseplcmbcr 20, 1845 ly22
raNlIC subscrihei lesrcelfulli infurm. il.fr
t lie that bo ban tn!i n ihn cl,.. LiJ.,
. " W rttUll IUI. I, W. M,
bslrcctRloonikburir: where 111' inlpriilr mm ;n
tllO fillOVO bllf.MlrK.4 In nil ita l,r,.l,. 1
snare oi mo paironago of the public.
bis cervices as an
He will tilways bo ready to niako COFFIN"
the same prices hurrtoforo diarcrd in Bloon
and bavins Kiir.mliil liimcAir.utfl. Il l' A '
O ,rv.. (I
he will attend with it'ui tho Funeral without
May .10 181.0. f!m3
ceived und for sale at llio New .Store.
Danville, March 20, ia-10 5 J
v ,r.i ,o., W- HUSS13L.
rov. 15th 1814.
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